IT’IS Foundation Releases MRIxViP V2.0

We are pleased to announce that IT’IS has released MRIxViP V2.0. The exposure libraries now incorporates the latest Virtual Population (ViP) models from IT’IS, thereby greatly improving patient coverage for any MRI exposure related analysis.

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In addition to the eight anatomical phantoms already included in the V1.0 library, MRIxViP V2.0 now includes the Korean female model Yoon-sun, and three morphed models to extend population coverage: a slimmer Fats (BMI 29, down from 36), and two heavier Ellas (BMI 26 and 30, up from 22). We have also updated the exposure data for Fats based on the updated Fats V3.2.

The combination of the new anatomical phantoms, simulated with all birdcage variations, and imaging positions leads to a massive increase of precomputed radiofrequency (RF)-induced electromagnetic field distributions comprising terabytes of data and making the database even more representative of exposure in patients undergoing a magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) exam. In combination with IMAnalytics, a powerful software that allows fully automated Tier 3 analysis of RF-induced local power deposition at the electrodes of implantable devices, the extended library facilitates the standardized, effective and comprehensive evaluation of potential risks from exposure, e.g. in patients with active or passive implants.

Customers who purchased the full MRIxViP V1.0 together with a Service & Maintenance contract will receive the new version MRIxViP V2.0 shortly. No workflow changes are necessary!

For more information on MRIxViP V2.0, contact us at





ZMT Exhibitions and Workshops during 2017

ZMT Zurich MedTech will be exhibiting at the following conferences and exhibitions this year. If you would like to arrange a demo or meeting, or are interested in attending a technical workshop, please send an email to





Sim4Life V3.2 Release

With the Sim4Life Release V3.2, ZMT has taken a further key step towards offering not only the most versatile tool for simulating the complex reality, but also providing powerful model, simulation, and analysis parameterization and optimization. The release of a preview version of the Sweeper is accompanied by other novel general and application-specific features - such as adaptive sub-gridding, special tools for the automated analysis of implants, tools for electroceuticals/bioelectric therapies as well as the design and analysis of 5G and of other wireless transmitters.




A Brain–Spine Interface Alleviating Gait Deficits after Spinal Cord Injury in Primates

Sim4Life was used to investigate optimal electrode placements in a research project leading to a worldwide echoed Nature Pulication. 




Noninvasive Deep Brain Stimulation via Delivery of Temporally Interfering Electric Fields

An new method with the potential of enabling focal, non-invasive electrical stimulation of regions located deep within the brain developed using Sim4Life.





Sim4Life V3.0 Release

ZMT is pleased to announce the release of Sim4Life V3.0. This major release offers enhanced tools for in silico optimization of in-/on-body wireless devices, exposure assessment of wireless power transfer (WPT) systems and for the design of 5th generation (5G) wireless devices. It also adds many powerful new solvers and modules for neuronal and acoustic evaluations (e.g., brain and spinal cord stimulation, therapeutic ultrasound) and for magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) optimization and demonstration of MRI-safety of  implants.





ZMT Sponsors Student Awards at Latsis Symposium 2016 ETH Zurich on Personalized Medicine

ZMT Zurich Med Tech AG sponsored student awards with cash prizes at the Latsis Symposium 2016 on Personalized Medicine ETH Zurich. Lars Bomholt, CEO of ZMT, presented the awards to three young investigators singled out for their outstanding presentations of research results.





Latsis Symposium 2016 ETH Zurich on Personalized Medicine: Satellite Sim4Life Workshop on Sunday, June 26, 2016

ZMT Zurich Med Tech AG sponsored a Sim4Life workshop on Sunday, June 26, 2016 at the ETH Zurich – an introduction to the world of computational life sciences (CLS) illustrated with Sim4Life application examples – in conjuction with the Latsis Symposium 2016 on Personalized Medicine ETH Zurich.

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